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Monday, 20 April 2020

FACTS ABOUT NLS ENUGU, AGBANI




NLS, Enugu is a beautiful place with awesome scenery for a cumbersome study you are going to encounter at the NLS as an institution. If you are a nature lover like me….then its whoopie. 

Another thing to love about Enugu is the liberal atmosphere the members of staff created. The atmosphere made the process of bagging a B.L exciting. There is a beautiful synergy between the students, the members of staff and the management. 

Thus, as long as you can be diplomatic about your needs, be rest assured that you will be attended to.

The dress code in NLS, Enugu Campus is white shirt on black skirt with a black shoe for ladies. Only pregnant women wear black dresses. If you love colours like me, then your bags, hairband and wristwatch is enough for you to play with. Please note that…it’s black shoes not suede. For the guys, White shirt on black trousers with a black tie and occasionally a blazer if you are the type that is never comfortable in blazers. You should pack some nice dresses and casual wears..there are a lot of adventurous places to visit in Enugu. e.g Awhum waterfall, the Museum, Okpara Square, Independence Layout, Rivers and local joints.

The infrastructures in NLS, Enugu is just adequate and  excellent by the time you arrive on campus. The hostels are quite conducive (Let’s not break the ice).
 For the religious, there are facilities for you to praise and worship God. There is the deeper life campus fellowship, living faith(winners), Anglican, Redeemed, Clasfon and the Catholic Church. I would encourage you to make your self available and serve…trust me it is an exciting and wonderful opportunity.

Need I forget the Bar part 3… Hell no. This is a place where the guys and the men and some ladies go to cool off after a stressful week of lectures. The pepper soup, the bush meat and the fresh palm-wine? You should at least add the palm-wine on your “to-drink” list. 

The local foods too….yummy. “Okpa” was the life saver for breakfast buddies like me. We also had "Abacha", "Beans agworagwo", "Achara" etc.

Agbani is a bit far from the State Capital. Hence, to get to town, you are practically embarking on a journey but transportation cost is quite cheap. Again,  the customer service on the part of traders in Enugu isn't so nice.  Those people are not in a hurry unlike other metropolitan cities. Everybody and everywhere is calm and Enugu is safe.

Aspirants of the bar….take a deep breath and “Experience Enugu”, study, take care of your health, sleep when you need to and take group meetings serious.

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